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The State election. --Only one county, Clay, was received at the Capitol, yesterday.--It gave Bell a majority of 84, thus giving him a majority in all the counties heard from, official and reported, of 254. Gov. Letcher has dispatched messengers to procure the returns from Webster and Buchanan. Webster is now the only county not heard from.
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For secession. --Hon. A. H. H. Dawson, who canvassed Georgia in behalf of Bell and Everett, writes to the Charleston Mercury in favor of secession, and advocates separate State action. He thinks if South Carolina will go out first, it will largely increase the secession vote in Georgia and Alabama.